- Edgar Allan,1809–49, U.S. poet, short-story writer, and critic.
- port of embarkation.
- port of entry.
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“Madam Speaker, this is America; it is not Burger King,” Poe said.The Democrats Have Found a New Boogeyman, and It’s Burger King
August 26, 2014
“The designation which we fight for all the time is a hollow designation because there is no backup,” Poe told The Daily Beast.
“There has been not a dime of money frozen or seized from the Haqqani network,” said Poe.
Poe and Dylan Thomas both wheeled and reeled until the index finger representing each of them collapsed.Robert Pinsky: The Comedy of Seamus Heaney
October 1, 2013
“The flame sculpture with the skulls in the center is incredible,” says Poe.Takashi Murakami on Religion in ‘Jellyfish Eyes’ and His New Exhibition
April 11, 2013
Poe's saying that a long poem is a sequence of short ones is perfectly just.The Lyric
Poe could indeed do it, although he hovered at times near the border of insanity.
It is only a Poe who can keep the pitch through the whole concert of experience.
Poe, and the imitators of Poe, have been regarded too often by our people as the normal type of poet.
Poe raised his gun, and aiming surely at the chief, pulled trigger.Chronicles of Border Warfare
Alexander Scott Withers
- Edgar Allan. 1809–49, US short-story writer, poet, and critic. Most of his short stories, such as The Fall of the House of Usher (1839) and the Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque (1840), are about death, decay, and madness. The Murders in the Rue Morgue (1841) is regarded as the first modern detective story
- military port of embarkation
- port of entry
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